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it's 4:30. 41 degrees on this wednesday, december 9th. a chilly start to the day but later today, in the others and warmer for the weekend. i'm chris wragge. >> and i am mary calvi. traffic and weather on the 2s in a moment. but first, a developing story in suffolk county. >> the former police chief will reportedly be arraigned today on federal civil rights charges. janelle burrell has more. >> reporter: good morning to you. that federal indictment expected to be unsealed here later this morning. he is accused of assaulting a man who admits that he broke into his police-issued vehicle back in 2012 and stole his
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he is accused of assaulting that man. the man named christopher lope, he was arrested back in 2012. it contained the police officer's police belt and ammunition. and he insisted that the bag contained pornography and other disturbing items which is what he says was the motive for ganging up with other police officers and beating him at police station after his arrest. and now the former police chief has dethe identified the allegations but back in october of this year, he did abruptly step down from his position. we are expecting to hear more later this morning in federal court. reporting live from long island, janelle burrell, cbs 2 news. >> thank you. we have some breaking news this morning. police are looking for the vehicle and driver involved in a deadly hit-and-run in queens. police say a 17-year-old boy was struck and killed in jackson heights around 11:15 last night.
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police are look for a black toyota camry that continued westbound. we will have more on the breaking story in the next half hour. let's get to traffic and weather on the 2s. here comes the warm-up, john. >> can you believe it? it's going to be -- i mean, we're flirting with records this weekend, just flirting. i don't know if they'll go out with us or not. in the city, a few clouds overhead. a mix of sun and clouds. at the park, cloudy and 41. winds are calm and relative humidity at 70%. around the area, yeah, you can see it there. there's a mix of clear skies and clouds and later sun and clouds. and there's a possibility of a passing shower late tonight into your thursday. and not going to be a lot of coverage even though we desperately need the rain. hour-by-hour, you're up at 49 at lunchtime. and that's already above normal. normals are in the mid-40s. and then 52 your high today. that just feels so good for december.
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and hanging on, it gets warm sweer the -- warmer into the weekend. if you're traveling in jersey city, the covered roadway in both directions. underway there. and also the bayonne bridge is closed in both directions for construction until 5:00. stick with the goethals and you should have a smoother ride. and we have route 1 and 9 closed northbound dui to an accident investigation. police are onscene. and newark avenue is your better bet here. and construction clearing out on the inbound upper-level of the george washington bridge. you can see here, traffic is being held at the tolls. if you stick to the lower level, it will be a better ride. alternate side of the street parking rules are in effect city-wide. and remember, be safe, don't text and drive. chris and mary, back to you. >> thank you. breaking news out of europe now. the third terrorist who attacked the bataclan nightclub last month has been identified as a french citizen who
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ago. a french legal official disclosed the details. it means aall of the attackers were french -- it means all three of the attackers were french or belgian. the faa confirming another laser incident, this time near jfk airport. the crew coming in from canada reported the green laser around 1:00 this morning. when the plane was about four miles from the airport. the aircraft has since landed safely. the faa and nypd are investigating the incident. new this morning, police have identified the man they're looking for in a brooklyn rape and robbery case. they say video aired this week showing the 31-year-old rogie wilson. police say he followed a woman into her elevator sunday night and raped her at gun point and stole cash and keys. and he is a suspect in another armed robbery about an hour later. the nypd just released this
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question in a number of arsons. police say he is seen walking on the road following a fire sunday morning. seven homes under construction have burned since early november. a northbound lane of the sawmill parkway turned deadly. it start when had two men took off during a traffic stop in bronx. it led police on to the northbound sawmill. >> at some point, nypd lost contact and for whatever reason, whether they saw other police vehicles ahead, they made a u-turn came southbound in the northbound lane, colliding with several other civilian vehicles. >> police then rolled up on the nissan and found a 25-year-old of yonkerser idea inside. but a 36-year-old fled into the woods. cops pursued him on foot. a confrontation ensued and he was shot dead. police have not recovered a weapon at this hour. closing arguments are
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the corruption case of the former new york senate leader and his son. they face eight counts of bribery, extortion and conspiracy. prosecutors say he used the position get his son a no-show job and accepted hundreds of thousands of dollars in exchange for political favors. last night outside lower manhattan court, the son said they'll be identity theft evacuated. >> tomorrow you will -- they'll be vindicated. >> tomorrow you will hear our side of case. >> he will be missed in this state when he finally leaves the senate. believe me. >> if convicted, both men face up to 20 years to -- years in prison. elected officials and members of the clergy say they'll gather at city hall this morning to condemn recent
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on monday, trump called for a ban on muslims from entering the united states. in an interview, he did not back down. >> are you a bigot? >> not at all. probably the least of anybody you've ever met. >> because? >> because i'm not. a person that has common sense. i'm a smart person. i know how to run things. i know how to make america great again. >> republican leaders had strong reaction to trump's comments. >> what was proposed yesterday is not what this party stands for. >> and you know how you make america great again? tell donald trump to go to hell. >> some republicans are concerned that too much criticism of trump within the party could push him to launch a third party bid. the fbi is investigating the financial activity of the san bernardino, california killers. syed rizwan farook and his wife tashfeen malik. he recently received a $30,000
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meantime, his sister was in court yesterday. she is fighting for custody of the baby syed rizwan farook and his wife left behind. a man says he was viciously attacked and targeted because of his muslim faith. >> reporter: with a black eye, cuts and bruises, the owner of the food mart in queens is back at work, still recovering from a disturbing assault the nypd is now investigating as a possible bias attack. >> i thought he was going to kill me. >> reporter: but he says he didn't think twice when the nicely dressed man first walked into his store on saturday afternoon until he started acting strangely. >> he asked me, do you have anything free? i said, what are you talking about? what are you asking in. >> reporter: and he says, out of nowhere, the man got violent and began attacking. >> just punched me. and then i fall down here. so then i scream, what the hell are you doing?
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and then he, again, he want to punch. he said, i want to kill muslim. >> reporter: he says the man followed him behind the counter and continued punching him for several minutes until a customer came in and stopped the attack. >> he's screaming and said, let me get out of here. >> reporter: police say they arrested a 55-year-old after the attack. he says he does feel tension because of his religion and current state of the world, now more than ever. >> i say, i'm human being. i feel bad too. >> reporter: it's unfair why he targeted this store but police say he has been charged with assault. reporting from queens, cbs 2 news. time is now 4:39. still to come, a new law going through congress that would make it harder for tourists to enter the country. why a shop has special clientele in mind.
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your christmas list this year? why you may want to postpone getting one. you may want to postpone ski trips. i'll tell you, it's going to be mild. 50s back today. could see a drop or two early tomorrow. and 60s into the weekend.
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but we appreciate the questions and the observation. guy from sparta wanted to know, what happened to gina? where has she been? she's back, 32. we appreciate that. i like this here. this is michael in staten island. his comment is winter plus spring equals wingter. and michael sent in a picture of the bayonne bridge. and we have a real reindeer. boy, les is taking it up a notch. if you have a picture of santa, send that in as well. and here's the deal, we are waiting for cooler temperatures. don't see it happening. in fact, this weekend, flirting with the record highs. in the city, 41, winds are calm and relative humidity at 70%. there's variety.
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we've got 41 here in the city. not that far behind, 40 for greenwich. and 42 in the hamptons. that's 12 degrees cooler than yesterday. on average, a little cooler and don't have as much cloud cover. and a little bit of patchy frost. 41 at 8:00. and 49 at lunchtime. that's not bad in december. a mix of sun and cloud. and then partly to mostly sunny and 52 this afternoon. and clouds will return overnight tonight. could even see a stray shower early tomorrow morning. and. right now, just a few clouds. it's going tuberculosis a quiet day -- it's going to be a relatively quiet day today. models keep us fine today. south fork, maybe a passing shower this morning. much of the aarea, more sun than yesterday morning and -- of the area, more sun than yesterday morning. and we are going to deal with the possibility of -- well, that doesn't happen often. the possibility of a stray shower.
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it flew right out of my hand. and by friday, some clouds in the area. it still work, the magic button. 52 today. 57 on thursday. look at this, friday, 60. oh, sunday the record is 60. we're shooting for 63. and then wet weather. and cooler conditions the middle part of next week. i'm going to the rub the 10w30 off this and send it to alex denis. a live look here. route 1 and the closed northbound between grand street and anna street due to the an accident. police are onscene investigating. and newark avenue is the better option. and in queen, we have construction on the northbound side of the bq ex. it has at least a lane blocked approaching the l.i.e. and delays are back to metropolitan avenue. and in queen, construction on the southbound side of the van wyck expressway at hillsidea. delays back to jewela. mass transit on or close to schedule. and alternate side of the
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effect city-wide. and remember, be safe, don't text and drive. chris, back to you. >> thank you. a quick look at system of the stories making headlines today. on capitol hill, the house voted to restrict a program that allows tourists from 38 countries to come to the u.s. without a visa. it's in response to a fear of terrorism. a different version of the bill is being considered in the senate. the defense could begin presenting its case in the manslaughter trial of a baltimore police officer charged in the death of freddie gray. he is the first of six officers in the case to go on trial. gray died during a 45 minute back of a police van unsecured. the total number of bears killed in new jersey in the state bear hunt exceeds the number of bears killed last year in the entire hunting. heavy selling of energy
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after another drop in the price of oil. the dow jones industrial average fell by 63. a report that a second generation version of the apple watch is on the way. sources say the company will unvail the apple watch 2 during an event in march. if true, the new smart watch would begin shipping in april, nearly a year after the original went on sale. no word on what the new features might be. and google hoping your to- do list will have a new home. you can now add reminers to google calendar which will appear day after day until you complete the task and swipe it away. along with reminding you to do tasks like making a doctor's appointment, it will use the information in your contacts. >> i'm not sold on the watch.
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island has a special customer base. >> meg baker met with a mom who saw a need and filled it. >> reporter: a vibrating pillow for children to sit on and calm down and other products are available here. for parents of special needs kids, these are necessities and it's a real struggle to find them in stores. >> this is a waited and compression vest. >> reporter: she opened the shop in the neighborhood. the weighted vest is an item parents would normally have to special order online without trying it on. >> some children need the hug them. a lot of times they use it when a child can't stay this the seat. >> reporter: her 6-year-old son is on the autism spectrum. >> what are you playing with? >> putty. >> for him, it's the toy, fidget, things that he can put his energy into and play with. >> reporter: this is a ball
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focused. and another is putty, you can hide items inside and helps children work on motor skills. >> reporter: most help those sensory issues. >> she final ets and jewelry. something they can chew on when they feel the need to chew. >> reporter: and others may need the extra sense of comfort. this body sock and blanket will do the trick. >> she's always wanted to open up a business. and she wanted to do something rewarding. into one. >> reporter: as a thank you, she says teachers and therapists receive 10% off. but most importantly, she offers extra support for other parents with special needs children. >> thank you for hanging out with me. >> reporter: in staten island, meg baker, cbs 2 news. >> this store also plans to offer music therapy workshops. still to come, we identify this year's word of the year according to dictionary.com. and up, up and away, looks
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it's a bird, no wait a second. guys, it's christmas trees in the skies of oregon. one of the largest christmas tree growers in the world says helicopters are helping productivity. the chopper carries up to 20 trees at a time. and tows about 200 trees a day out to the shipping yard. >> it goes on the rail. and they'll go on the railroad all the way to the east coast. >> the holiday tree farms say they're busy from november through december exporting nearly 1 million trees per year to places as far away as asia. >> can they fly it to my house?
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>> they would need to refuel a few times. >> what are it takes. >> thinking what i'm thinking? >> what? >> a little extra money for chopper 2. why not? >> he's on line two. >> now we're talking. >> the helpers. you got a pullly on that thing? >> i love that story. here's the deal, don't forget to water the trees. make sure it's a safe and happy holidaying for. working our way back into the 50s today. feeling more like april for the rest of the work week. the potential record warmth on tap this weekend. very quiet. some rain for parts of florida and the upper lakes. the big story today out west, more wet weather. none of that for us. just a little drizzle tomorrow possible. >> all right. and just a little bit of a problem out there. >> yeah, hesitations as you make your way. elizabeth where we have route 1 and 9 closed northbound between grant street and anna street. police are onscene investigate ising an accident there. but newark avenue is a better option.
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where we have construction on the northbound side of the bqe, at least a lane blocked approaching the l.i.e. delays back to the metropolitan avenue. and the inbound brooklyn bridge closed until about 6:00. stick with the manhattan bridge instead. alternate side of the street parking rules are in effect city-wide. and text driver. chris and mary, back to you. >> thank you. the time is 4:54. in the next half hour, a mother shot in an apparent road rage incident. why she may now be facing charges. should school kids be forced to take breathalyzer tests? the debate in one local district. and $21,000 for a toy. why this is and special. we will explain next on -- this
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what are we doing with the weather today? >> well, don't steal my identity, i'm happy. we've got the 50s today. today 60s this weekend. >> cannot wait for the weekend. normally -- >> he hates weekends. >> cannot wait. mostly construction getting to where you're going but overall, a smooth ride. still ahead, breaking news. a deadly hit-and-run on northern boulevard. including a county police chief on another story about to be on the other side of the law. why the former head of suffolk county police is expected to surrender in federal court this morning. and imagine being able to leigh your dog in a safe, secure environment. the new pilot program being tested in brooklyn. and keeping your maternity wardrobe without having to buy. the new trend that let's you rent clothes as your baby bump grows. cbs 2 news at 5:00 begins in 90 seconds. ses are killing me. yeah...just wait 'til we hit ten thousand feet.
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it is 5:00 and 41 degrees on this wednesday, december 9th. it will be warmer today with temperatures gradually climbing near the 60s by the weekend. we will have traffic and weather on the 2s in just a momenting for. good morning. i'm chris wragge. >> and i'm mary calvi. welcome to cbs 2 news this morning. >> we have breaking news. police are looking for the
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a deadly hit-and-run in queens. police say a 17-year-old boy was struck and killed on northern boulevard near junction boulevard in jackson heights. it happened around 11:15 last night. the victim was pronounced dead at the hospital. police are looking for a black toyota camry that continued traveling westbound. diane macedo talks with the teen's grandmother and mothers. the former top cop expected to face a judge today. >> exchief james burk will reportedly be arraigned on federal civil rights charges. janelle burrell has more live this morning. >> reporter: that's right, chris. that federal indictment could be unsealed as early as today. burk is accused of assaulting a man who admitted to breaking into his police-issued vehicle and stealing his police duffel bag. all of this dating back to 2012 when the man named christopher lobe was arrested for breaking into the suv. the bag contained burk's police belt and ammunition and lobe,
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that the bag also contained pornography and other disturbing items when he says was burk's motivation for allegedly gang up with other officers and beating him at the police precinct station house after his arrest. now the former police chief has previously denied the allegations but in october of this year, he did abruptly step down from his position. again, we are hearing that former chief burk expected to surrender here at federal court later today. we will keep you posted on the developments as we get them. reporting live this morning from long island, janelle burrell, cbs 2 news. >> thank you. at 50: 5 -- at 5:02, right to traffic and weather on the 2s. >> more mile weather in the working for today and into and through the weekend with just a little hiccup and rain chance late tonight into tomorrow. in the city right now, we've got clouds and 42. winds variable at 3 miles per hour.
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and a mix of the clouds and clear skies all day long. i think overall, there will be more sun than we saw yesterday. with the arrival of a warm front, could see a passing shower or some drizzle late tonight into the first part of your thursday. and the day today, almost 50 at lunchtime. that's already above normal. 52 the high if the middle of the afternoon. and 49 after work and school. and comfortable for hanukkah celebrations again tonight. and yeah, even warmer into the weekend. we will talk about that in a bit. right now, busy morning. >> thank you. well taking a look at the live map here in jersey city, closed in both directions for road work. and in elizabeth, route 1 and 9 is closed northbound between grand street and anna street due to an accident. police are onscene investigating but newark avenue is the better option. and also in queen, construction on the northbound side of the bqe has a lane blocked approaching the l.i.e. and these delays now are back
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alternate side of the street parking rules are in effect city-wide. and remember, be safe, don't text and drive. mary, back to you. >> thank you. to more breaking news on last month's deadly terror attack at a french nightclub. the third terrorist behind the assault at the bataclan nightclub has been identified as a french citizen who traveled to syria with years ago. it means all of the attackers were french or belgian. all three were killed, two by detonating suicide vests and one was shot by police. and new developments in the queens. police have new video of a man they want to question. investigators say he is seen walk on 69 road following a fire early sunday morning. seven homes under construction have been burned since early november. the fires have residents on edge. mark morgan reports. >> reporter: this has become far too common in one jewish another fire. purposely set. bringing the total of arson
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queens residents have had it. >> i lay in my bed at night and hear those fire engines going past my house and i say, oh, no, not another one. >> right now, the arson squad supplemented by the major case squad. those are the best detectives in the city. >> reporter: here in the neighborhood where the fires have occurred, the increased police presence is obvious with officers keeping an eye on all of the homes under construction she has lived in this neighborhood for 25 years and she told me she is stunned by the rash of fires. >> my heart is beating hard now. i told you, i'm a little scared, even my building is right there but i'm feeling very action very upset for the people. very upset. >> i'm afraid. now i come back from my daughter's and i go to 108th street because here, i'm afraid. >> we have a task force working together to try to the find
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we believe it to be one person. we believe we will find them soon. >> reporter: and until then, residents here will hold their breath and try to calm their frayed nerves. reporting from queen, mark morgan, cbs 2 news. happening today, court appearance for a long island cardiologist charged in a murder-for-hire plot. he is accused of trying to trying to hire a hit man to kill a fellow doctor because of a professional dispute. he faces up to 25 years in prison if convicted. and happening today, the nassau county executive will counterterrorism efforts. they'll ask the public to report social media posts related to terrorists threats and suspicious behavior. police continue to search for four men involved in a gun point robbery in central park. investigators say two women were walking near west 91st
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night. they say two men pulled out guns and demanded their purses. police say the suspects took the hand bags and ran off. the victims were not hurt. the investigation continues into a road rage incident on a long island runway in which the mother was snot the thigh. -- was shot in the thigh. her boyfriend was behind the wheel when police say he flashed his lights at a van driving erratically. there were heated words and then gunfire. >> one round hits behind the baby and one round in front of the baby. >> you never know who is occupying the other vehicle. you are putting yourself not only in great danger but potential retaliation. >> police say the couple could face charges if the investigation proves they engaged in dangerous behavior with the child. closing arguments are expected to wrap up today in the corruption case.
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leader and his son face eight counts of bribery, extortion and conspiracy. prosecutors say he used his position to get his son a no- show job and accepted hundreds of thousands of dollars in exchange for political favors. the prosecution will finish its case today ask the defense will present closing arguments. last night outside lower manhattan court, the son said they would will be vindicated. >> found innocent and tomorrow you will hear our side of the case. >> he served more than half of his life in the senate. and he's got many, many things to be proud of, legislation. he will be missed when he believe me. >> if found guilty, the father and son could face up to 20 years in prison. well the founder of kayaking accident. doug tompkins was kill when had the kayak overturned in high
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he suffered hyperthermia. he founded the firms in the mid- 60s. he eventually dedicated his life to conservation. he was 72 years old. still to come, why the new york attorney general is now looking into ticket sales for bruce springsteen. and not backing down on his muslim plan. donald trump reacts to new waves of criticism. and the extreme measure one new jersey school is taking to make sure students are sober and the debate about whether it's appropriate. it's still december so you still need some winter gear. north and west, coats and hats and gloves but the sunglasses later and the coat may be coming off. i'll explain.
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time for traffic and weather on the 2s. 42 degrees right now. but it will be 62 in about three days. >> the interesting thing is tonight into tomorrow morning, it's going to be warmer than you would expect it in the afternoon. and then into the weekend, very mild. flirting with records, they're hard to break but in the ball park. yeah, ball park, you might as well go. in the city right now, clouds overhead and it is, well, cooler north and west. we still have some readings in the 20s and 30s up in the hudson valley. 42, winds variable at 3 miles per hour. and relative humidity at 73%. middletown, 31 degrees.
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you will say what am i doing outside? 30 for the jersey shore as well. 38 in greenwich. and expand the view and you have cooler readings upstate. and through the lake, not that bad. still in the 30s in the ohio valley. and cooler through west virginia. washington, d.c. has 40 right now. and mixed skies today. starting with some clouds and we will see, you know, i think pretty skies. just like yesterday, started with the gray skies and then nice in the afternoon now it's more convoluted tomorrow. there's a chance of overnight shower or drizzle tomorrow, particularly to the north. not a big feature but unsettled some we unsettle -- unsettled. and friday flirting with 60 if you don't the hit. so an april feel as we work our way through and into the weekend. still seeing peak heat on sunday.
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as pretty, that's the warmest. 52, not too bad for december at all with the calm winds. hanukkah tonight, let's see, sunset time 4:28. right around 49 degrees. that is not bad. and then overnight, normal high this time of the year is 45. we will go for 46 for a morning low in the city. a lot of communities north and west, you will see very mild readings for this time of the year in the upper 30s to right around 40. and then your day tomorrow, you know, there's a chance for a shower but it's warmer, 57. that trend continues. shooting for 6 to on friday. and we're -- for 60 on friday. and we're there saturday again. and warmest on sunday. and then a chance for rain later monday into tuesday. and we could see significant rain, which again, we do need. don't the file this away, let's put it to use right now, what's going on alex? >> thank you. in elizabeth, a live look. an alternate here, route 1 and the closed northbound between
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police are still onscene investigating. newark avenue is the better option for a ride here this morning. and on long island, all is moving well on the northern state parkway at south oyster bay here. all clear on northern state and southern state parkway as well. and alternate side of the street parking rules are in effect city-wide. and remember, be safe, don't text and drive. mary, back to you. >> thank you. elected officials and members of the clergy hold a city hall rally today to condemn anti-muslim comments by republican presidential candidate donald trump. trump called for a ban on muslims entering the united states. in an interview, trump did not back down. >> are you a bigot? >> not at all. probably the least of anybody you've ever met. >> because? >> because i'm not. a person of that has common sense. i'm a smart person. i know how to run things.
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>> republican leaders reacted strongly to trump's comments abmuslims. >> what was -- comments about muslims. >> you know how to make america great again? tell donald trump to go to hell. >> republicans are concerned that too much criticism of trump in the party could push him to launch a third party bid. the 72-year-old and her 102- year-old mother were watching testify monday night when the doorbell ring. a man in his 30s try pushed her inside. the man yanked the pendant away. >> he put his arms in the front and started pushing me. and i told her to call the cops. i was frightened and annoyed. more than anything. >> the man demanded cash. they gave him $30 and he ran off. >> she was annoyed more than anything. >> she should be. academic testing in schools
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of testing that has one new jersey community taking sides. >> it's for an all-out effort to make sure kids are sober in class. >> reporter: the high school students will soon have to prove they're not under the influence of alcohol and sporting events. >> we have incidents where students have arrived intoxicated. >> reporter: the most recent happened last week at a play- off football game. on monday night, the board of education updated a policy that authorizes the use of breathalyzers. under the old version, every student would be breath tested. the update changes it to random testing. >> and then we would pick the students out of the line and give the breathalyzer and if it came back positive, we would contact the parent and send the student for professional testing. >> reporter: the policy has been on the books since 2008 but was never enforced. in fact, the district doesn't own any machines. parents we spoke to say it's
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>> i would hope that these kids would use some common expense not be drinking but they do -- common sense and not be drinking but they do. >> the staff and the administration thinks there's something going on and i think it would be great. >> reporter: students have mixed opinions about the newly revised breathalyzer policy. >> i do think it's a little outrageous. i could see people being offended. >> there aren't as many kids who drink but it will stop anyone from thinking about it. >> it makes it a big legal matter and it's kind of a bigger deal. >> it's not a bad idea but i would test people who are stumbling. >> reporter: it's about to become the new norm. a letter is going out this week explaining in detail how it will work. in new jersey, cbs 2 news. >> students who fail the breathalyzer test and the mandatory follow-up will be suspended. the program could start in the
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up next, both the isle and devils go to shootouts but only one would win. and on the corner, a new concept that let's you leave your pet in the same place while you run into the store. another check of traffic and weather on the 2s.
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morning. looking at 42 degrees. new york attorney general eric snider sent letters regarding bruce spring teen's tickets on sale. he wants to know how ticket resellers are already listing them. the suspicion is tickets are willing told in anticipation of a seller selling them. here at 5:22. big boss fan over there. >> absolutely. take 46, get off at 23. it's a jersey thing. 42, it's more numbers. 42 with clouds in the city. cooler readings. 30 for ocean county. right there at the jersey shore. it's chilly out the door but nice they are afternoon.
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52 today after yesterday's chilly 49. we're so spoiled. the normal high is 45. 57 on thursday. and 60 on friday. and get ready, a fall treat on saturday. more clouds but 63 on sunday. i don't even know where the voice came from but i know where traffic is coming from, alex. >> thank you. route 27 is closed in both directions at henderson road due to an accident with a downed pole and wire. stick with route 1, it's a smoother riding for. and in elizabeth, route 1 and 9 is closed northbound. just re-opened as you make your way through the area. we had police onscene investigating an accident. newark avenue was a better option but looks like right now, traffic is being released through the area. and queens, construction on the northbound side of the bqe, at least a lane blocked approaching the l.i.e. delays are back to metropolitan avenue. and alternate side of the
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and remember, be safe, don't text and drive. chris, back to you. >> thank you. time for sports now. the yankees trade for a cub's infielder while the mets see an off off-season tag go to the cubs. >> reporter: good morning everyone. tonight, the rangers will be in vancouver while the knicks will face the jazz in salt lake city. the nets hosting the rockets last night. lift-off in the first half. throws it up to young who throws it down. young with the double-double. the mets had an 11-point half- time lead and they would go from 18 down to four. but lopez serves up the facial. nets win it. islanders down the pike in philly. and many a shootout. the only goal he needed. he stopped all three flier shots. they win 4-3 in the shootout. and jersey boys, also went to a shootout. the winner for the maple leafs. i'm otis livingston. that's your cbs 2 wfan sports
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some controversy over a new convenience for dog the owners. >> we see the curb side kennel. >> good boy. >> reporter: winston loves to walk with his owner chelsea brown jimmy john's ridge, founder of dog parker. >> this membership card unlocks the dog parker. open the door. come on. you little ham. he goes in. and then the dog parker closes. >> reporter: the curb side kennel is designed to let you temporarily park your pooch and run a quick errand. it cost $25 to sign up and then 20 cents a minute to use. the kennels come in three sideses, are temperature- controlled and are regularly cleaned per city guide lines. >> we follow the same sanitation guidelines as dog day cares. >> reporter: she says it was created after consulting with vets. >> because dogs are den animals and the bigger the window you
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are and the more anxious they are. >> reporter: this one is in front of a cafe where the owner says customer reactions are mixed. >> everything from it's great to seriously? and do you have one for children? >> reporter: one concern from dog owner, the maximum allowed length of time. >> our time limit is three hours but in reality, it's really meant for shorter trips. >> i worry that some people might abuse it and leave it for a couple hours. >> reporter: dog parker is in the pilot program phase right now but the founder hopes to have them available to the public in spring of 2016. reporting in brooklyn, valerie castro, cbs 2 news. the growing backlash against donald trump and his plan to ban muslims from entering the u.s. plus this -- >> suffolk county's former top cop could be arrested today on federal charges. we will have a live report coming up. police are searching for the driver the of a black
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killed a 17-year-old at this queens intersection. we have the latest on the investigation and a plea from the boy's grandmother. also, fashion advice for expectant moms. how to look great while pregnant without buying maternity clothing.
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wel veoullhereummoe anlsor yr.lu 40doarba. soo li oca n.t t t pt.etio it's 5:30. currently 42 degrees on this wednesday,th. the warmer than usual temperatures continue today with highs in the low 50s. traffic and weather on the 2s come up in a moment. but first, we are following breaking news of a dead thely hit-and-run in queens. good morning. i'm mary calvi. >> and i'm chris wragge. it happened around 11:00 last night. and now this morning the search is on for the driver. diane macedo joins us live in jack heights. >> reporter: police are searching for the driver of a black toyota camry they say hit and killed a 17-year-old here at the intersection of northern boulevard last night. year-old. they say he was walking home from a funeral and crossing northern boulevard when the car hit and continued westbound, just carrying on in the same direction.
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searching for that driver. witnesses at the scene said they couldn't believe it. >> it's bad that the driver just ran away. should have stayed. you know, it's consequences for him and you know, tragic for the family. >> reporter: we also spoke to the boy's grandmother. she says the family is devastated and she had a hard time talking, understandably so. she says he was a really nice boy. he lived with his grandmother and parents just a few blocks away from here and she says he was on his way home. and she is pleading for the driver to turn himself in and explain exactly what happened to her grandson tonight. we're live in queens here at the scene keeping you updated, diane macedo, cbs 2 news: >> thank you. and breaking news out of europe now. the third terrorist who attacked the bataclan nightclub last month has been identified as a french citizen who traveled to syria two years ago. the french legal official disclosed the details.
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corrects were either -- all the attackers were either french or belgian. time now 5:32. time for traffic and weather on the 2s. let's bring in john elliott. hi, john. >> good morning, you guys. another mild day today. i think a pretty mix of sun and and clouds and prettier than it was yesterday. yesterday more clouds, lingeringed longer. and in the morning, likely more sun for the area. 42 in the city right now. some clouds filling in for parts of the hudson is valley. hi a little frost out in the hills of new jersey. so we could see a little bit of patchy frost on the windshield. get the defroster on, you're good to go. some rain on the way, a little bit of light rain or drizzle overnight tonight into the first part of your thursday. a warm front, a warm front. 52 today. and tack on about five degrees for the high tomorrow. so is the mild trend continues. >> thank you. hopefully it's an easy ride today. >> overall it is but there's a couple spots that may cause you
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we have route 27 closed in both directions at henderson road due to an accident with a downed pole and wires. stick with route 1, you will have a smooth ride. and a live look at one of the hundreds of cameras in kew ins. construction on the northbound side of the bqa, one lane blocked approaching the l.i.e. and lincoln tunnel, delay-free. all. and alternate side of the street parking rules are in effect city-wide. and -- tunnel, delay-free. and alternate side of the street parking rules are in effect city-wide. , remember, be safe, don't text and drive. members of the clergy will hold a rally today condemning donald trump's plan to ban all muslims from the u.s. >> overnight, trump fired another round of insults at critics. >> reporter: adding fuel to the fire storm, donald trump blasted off this tweet overnight, wow, what a day, he wrote. so many foolish people that refuse to acknowledge the tremendous danger and
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coming into the u.s. >> are you a bigot? >> not at all. >> reporter: hours earlier, the republican presidential front runner defended his stance to abc's barbara walters. >> there are people that have tremendously bad intentions. we have to be tough. we have to be smart. and we have to be vigilant. >> reporter: while his gop rivals have used words like unhinged, offensive, devicive and ridiculous to describe trump's proposal, the mayor of one of the largest cities in america offered up tougher words. >> taken a page from the play book of hitler. >> reporter: across the country, many american muslims admitted the proposed ban brought up frightening members of the interment of japanese- americans during world war ii. >> we do not want a generation of what has happened in the past, the evils thats have happened in the past in this country to reoccur. >> reporter: still some of
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not see it that way. >> we do need to look at the countries where the people are coming from. >> reporter: a new national poll before trump's proposal found 68% of supporters would vote for him if he ran as an independent. don champion, cbs news. james burk will reportedly be arraigned on federal civil rights charges. he is accused of assaulting a suspect who broke into his car. he suddenly retired in october. we will have a live report come up in the next half hour. new developments in the search for a serial arsonists in forest hill, queens. the nypd just released video of a man they want to question. police say he is seen walking on 69 road following a fire sunday morning. seven homes at construction sites have burned since early november. the fires have neighbors on edge and police stepping up security. >> i lay in my bed at night and
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past my house and i say, oh, no, not another one. >> the city has a task force and arson explosion force on the squad. they believe only one person is behind the fires. police are searching for crooks who stole more than $170,000 worth of jewelry from gwyneth paltrow's pop-up shop. investigators say he used some kind of object to pry the cabinet open while workers were distracted on saturday afternoon and then took off with two other men. also new, police have identified the man they are looking for in a brooklyn rape and robbery case. they say video aired earlier this week showing the 31-year- old. police say he followed a 20- year-old woman into an elevator at her coney island apartment building and then raped her at gun point. and he is a suspect in another armed robbery about an hour later.
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sawmill parkway closed this morning after a police pursuit turned deadly. >> traffic was at a stand still for hours. tony i'll has more. >> reporter: in the dark -- tony aiello has more. >> reporter: drivers stuck and using technology trying to break free. >> no idea. initially just saw a lot of traffic. fired up an app and it said, get out. >> navigating every which way i can to get to a place where there's little traffic. >> reporter: the tie-up began with an attemped traffic stop in bronx. police say a silver nissan fled into westchester county with nypd in pursuit. up the henry hudson parkway which becomes the sawmill river parkway. at one point, the suspect vehicle made a dangerous decision. >> whether they saw the police vehicles ahead, they made a u- turn and came southbound in the northbound lane, colliding with several other civilian vehicles. >> reporter: police rolled up on the nissan and found the 25-
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but the 36-year-old fled into the woods. cops pursued him on foot. >> one shot was discharged from one of the new york city police officer's weapon, killing the second suspect in the wooded area. >> reporter: police had been searching but haven't found a weapon. it appears he was unarmed. he was also wanted, open warrants from florida for burglary and assault. tony aiello, cbs 2 news. >> the fbi is 9 videoing the financial activity of -- -- the fbi is investigating the financial situation of the san bernardino, california shooter syed rizwan farook and his wife. reports say there are no indications the money is linked to a foreign group. his sister was in court yesterday, she is fighting for custody of the baby syed rizwan farook and his wife left behind after they killed 14 people and wounded 17 others. a queens man says he was attacked and targeted because of his muslim faith.
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after he says a well dressed man walked in saturday afternoon and started acting strangely and then got violent. >> just punch me, in you know, then pull him down here. so then i scream, what the hell are you doing? what's wrong with you, buddy? and again, he ready to punch. he said, i want to kill muslims. >> a customer eventually stopped the attack. price arrested him and charged him with assault. they don't the know why he targeted this specific deli. a high fat diet isn't just bad for your waistline. plus, easier access to a life-saving drug. where you can now buy the onto- overdose medicine without a prescription. and imagine traveling across country at nearly the speed of sound. the new technology that's making it possible. and don't forget, you can connect with us during the show and all morning long.
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i'm going to love you >> sure looks pretty out there. >> yeah, getting ready for the holiday season. trees are all lit up at 54:00 2 . but we're talking about some warmer weather, i think. and john's here to tell us about that. >> where is that? do we know -- >> where is that? >> that's not in front of our building. >> i don't think so. >> it's the roof cam, so yes, in front of our building. >> no. that is -- that's our building? no, i don't think so. that was spectacular. >> we're totally confused. that could be new jersey. >> it was a reflection. a reflection that looked beautiful. i love that. i love that. okay. so weather watcher, we've got now, here comes sherry. sherry, 32. you know, she likes cool temperatures and. this is scary, feels more like
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i know, i mean, like we're backtracking and even warmer this weekend. honestly, this is a stretch too. bob has 30 in toms river. and i didn't know that the inventors of pilates was born this day in 1883. i'm seeing more flags around the area. people are still golfing. and it's december. we will have to check in to see if scott shannon is golfing because he hates to put the clubs away. the only problem as a very bad golfer, if you shank it and you feel and it it's cold in your wrist, oh, that's the sensation that you don't like to repeat. 42, clouds, winds are variable at 3 miles per hour and
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it's cool for a tee time now unless it's hot tea. 32 in madison. wow, it's cold in wading river right now, waiting for santa there. hour-by-hour, 49 at lunch. that's above normal. and there will with b the mix of sun and cloud, 52 the high this afternoon. typical the middle part of the afternoon. and 49, that's fine for this time of the year when you consider the normal high is 45. 66 the record back in '66. sun's up at 7:08. sunsets at 4:28. overnight tomorrow, we see a chance of a shower. 10 of the last 12 days have been above normal. and there's more where that wait a -- where that came from. and friday, shooting for 60. 60 on saturday. and clouds fill in on sunday. and that will likely keep us out of the record books but the
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next big feature comes in later monday. well, on monday into tuesday, that's when we see rain and a little bit more reasonable temperatures for this time of the year. here's alex denis. >> thank you. we have a reasonable amount of delays. route 27 is closed in both direction at henderson road due the to an accident with a downed pole and wires. if you stick to route 1, you will have a smoother ride. and in queen, construction clearing on the northbound side of the bqe approaching the l.i.e. still heavy, kind of lingering delays. mass transit on or close to schedule if you're taking metro north, path trains and lirr. and alternate side of the street parking rules are in effect city-wide. and be remember, be safe, don't text and drive. back to you. >> thank you. the new york city council has approved $20 million for private security guards at schools. the guards will not be armed. they'll be stationed at schools
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critics say taxpayer money should not go to the private institutions. the council speaker says it's about keeping children safe. the latest outbreak of illness tied to a restaurant may involve the virus spread by a sick employee. at least 80 boston college students became ill this weekend, including eight members of the school's basketball team. it happened in boston. thors don't believe the illness is related to an outbreak of e. coli at restaurants in nine other states. the boston restaurant is closed for now. a drug use to stop overdoses is now being made available without a prescription in new york city. it's a nasal spread called narcan. it can stop an overdose from pills or heroin. the medicine has been available to first responders in the form of a needle but now it's easier. >> it's such a simple, quick process that can sustain life.
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lot of people use a lot of drugs. everybody has one or two or three drug addicts in their family. >> the drug is now available at most rite-aids. research shows fat diets might be bad for our brain. mice who were on a fatty diet for three months were not only to obese but they lost connections between neuroons in the brain. doctors say the damage was reversed when they went on a low-fat diet. it was published in the journal of brain behavior and immunity. apple looking at a new way to charge your iphone battery. >> hopefully it's easier. jill wagner is live at the stock exchange. >> reporter: for a second day the reason the markets fell is the falling price of oil. it's near a seven-year low. the dow dropped 162 points yesterday. it's bad for energy companies but it's good for drivers.
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least one gas station with prices at $2 a gallon or less. and the federal government's five-star safety rating system for new cars and trucks is going high the tech. the new system will look at whether vehicles have technology to avoid crashes such as sensors and automatic braking. app has a new way to boost battery on the newest iphones and it isn't by improving the battery. the the company rolled out the first smart phone battery case that charges your phone. it cost $99 and promises to double your battery life. apple will also reportedly introduce the next version of the apple watch in march. according to the website, it may include sleep tracking, a health sensor and a camera. chris and mary -- >> all right, it's only so big. >> thank you. in the next half hour, a trendy holiday decoration could be putting lives in danger
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and when we return, don't buy your maternity clothe, rent them. the new trend that's keeping pregnant women fashionable on the budget. but first, the cbs 2 wfan scoreboard. the islanders and the devils go to shootouts. the isle win 4-3. new jersey loses to toronto 3-2. i'm not a fan of putting my personal info in these online shopping forms. hellloooo??? i don't have time to be filling out my address,
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weekend back there. performing here at the victoria's secret fashion show. we will show you the new video in the next half hour. you talk about somebody who's just hot, hot, hot right now. future of a high-speed transportation system gets the go ahead in the nevada desert. it uses a vacuum tube to transport people or cargo at nearly the speed of sound. they have challenged anyone to come up with a realistic design using the idea. the company says they have and they are planning to start building the system in north las vegas next year. this is quick. >> all right. time for traffic and weather on the 2s. john -- >> how about that angel that was debaseed with the gems all over -- bedazzled with the gems all over it? here's the deal, we are working our way back into the 50s again today. feeling more like april than,
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the work weekend. and the potential is there to tie records this weekend. more 50s. 52 in the city. upper 40s to low 50s around the area. parts of the island, you could be in the mid-50s today. and warmer still for your thursday into friday. and then yeah, hang on to your hat, big ridge of high pressure kicking the wind in out of the southwest. 15 to 20 degrees above normal this weekend and. sunday, we could see a few records tied or broken. but it will be mild. i hope you have a mild commute but some folks real busy right now. >> you're right. in yonkers, one lane remains blocked on the northbound side of the saw mill with a police investigation. the major deegan is a smoother ride. and route 27 is closed at henderson road due to an accident with a downed pole and wires.
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and the l.i.e. heavier westbound at the grand central parkway. delays now due to regular rush hour congestion there. and alternate side of the street parking rules are in effect city-wide. and remember, be safe, don't text and drive. chris, other over to you. >> thank you so much. -- chris, over to you. >> thank you so much. some sick children in north carolina got a surprise visit from another galaxy. they got into the star wars spirit and surprised the kids with costumes and light sabers and some some out of this world performances. >> we are here to invite you all. from this moment on, every single one of you are a part. >> what did they give you? >> a light saber. >> and what else did they do? >> we trained. >> of course, the theme coincides with the hype surrounding star wars which opens in theatres on december 18th. some excited kids there. >> exciting to see. a growing baby bump often leads to a growing wardrobe
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dollars but some new companies are letting expectant moms borrow for their growing bellies. >> and a look at the new friend. and alex happens to be pregnant. >> reporter: actually the average pregnant spends at least $400 on maternity wear but now more affordable and stylish solutions are just a click away. websites like mine for nine, and borrow for your bump are the latest businesses catering to expectant mothers and their growing bellies. a style expert says renting clothes is the new trend. >> so you can rent for 7, 14, 30 day, no contract. they usually offer an insurance so for 5 to $10 more, it will cover for minor rips or stains. >> reporter: before you borrow for the belly, ask yourself three question, is it the correct silhouettes for me? is the fabric flattering and?
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able to wear it? start with the shape. select figure-hugging items that highlight your bump. and be particular about pleating. >> if you have pleating, make sure that you have enough room for the growing belly so you're able to -- >> reporter: take note of the the pleat. >> you're doing it right there. >> and then your dress is the same they think all the way around. >> reporter: next, focus on fabric. look for a blend. look for a jersey, a stretch jersey blend is really great. a pollly blend is also really -- a poly blend is really great. the ones stay away from are the satins and silks. >> reporter: and outer wear can cost hundreds of dollars but instead, rent a jacket. but don't rent, rather invest in items you will need
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like t-shirt, jeans and lounge wear. >> ins range in price. but if you fall in love, you have the opportunity to buy it as well. >> wow. >> invest in like the staples. don't rent jeans and -- >> sweatpants. >> yeah, makes sense. how we doing out there? >> well, invest in the weather because it's going up. numbers warm this weekend. and delay, typical spots but we will go through it all coming up. still ahead, ever want to hug something so hard because of its cuteness? there's a term for that. and another motorized riding board, did you see this, bursting into flames. and we are live on the
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cbs 2 news returns after this. whlesoonel ha a t f?at nfu
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gi ia p. 42 degrees on this wednesday, december 9th. get ready for a warm-up. temperatures are expected to climb into the weekend. good morning. i'm mary calvi. >> and i'm chris wragge.
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have traffic and weather on the 2s but fist -- breaking news in queen, a deadly hit-and-run and the search is on for the driver this morning. a 17-year-old boy was struck and killed in jackson heights. he was later pronounced dead. police are looking for a black vehicle. we will hear from his family coming up in a live report. i lay in my bed at night and hear those fire engines going past my house, and i say, oh, no, not another one. >> a queens community on edge after a recent rash of fires that authorities believe were deliberately set and now there's new video in the search for a suspect. the former police chief of suffolk county finds himself on the other side of the law this morning. james burk will reportedly be arraigned on federal charges. we are learning more this morning about the third terrorist who attacked inside a nightclub in paris last month. french officials disclosed the information overnight.
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new information in a moment. there are people that have tremendously bad intentions. we have to be tough. we have to be smart. and we have to be vigilant. >> donald trump is standing his his words and now he is facing backlash from both parties. regular vision was distorted for at least a minute and a half. >> and a popular new holiday display could be dangerous to others and not just your neighbors but people miles away. traffic and weather on the 2s. >> thank you, mary. hi everybody. it's a mild start to the day by december standards. but reminding you, it's still december. so north and west, we have the 20s and 30s. you need to gear up for it. close to winter even though still technically fall. we have some insulates clouds overhead, parts of the area, it will be sun and clouds later today. it's a quiet work and school day today. the chance of a shower
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and numbers bouncing back into the 50s. normal high is 45. shooting for 52. already up to around 50 by lunchtime many the city. 49 after work and school. so another mild, quiet weather day. how quiet are those streets? dare to dream, right? >> i know, right. in yonkers, we have a lane that remains blocked on the northbound side of the saw mill with a police investigation still underway just before the cross county. but stick with the major deegan and you can see all of the other green in the area, you will have an okay ride. and route 27 closed in both directions at henderson road due to an accident. police are onscene there. there's a downed pole and wires as well. route 1 is the alternate for a better ride. and george washington bridge, delay-free at all of the hudson river crossings. and alternate side of the street parking rules are in effect city-wide. and remember, be safe, don't text and drive. mary, back to you. >> thank you.
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the faa confirming another laser incident, this time near jfk airport. the agency says the crew of a flight coming in from canada reported the green laser pointed at them around 1:00 a.m. this morning when the plane was about four miles away from the airport. the aircraft has since landed safely. the faa and nypd are investigating the incident. we will have more on the dangers of lasers coming up later in this half hour. well we are following breaking news this morning. a deadly hit-and-run in queens. >> it happened around 11:00 last night and the search is on for the driver. diane macedo is live if the scene on northern boulevard in jackson heights. >> reporter: chris and mary, police are searching for the driver of a black toyota camry they say hit and killed a 17- year-old here at the intersection of northern boulevard and junction boulevard as he was trying to cross the street. they say the driver just continued on driving after hitting him who was crossing the street here at northern
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police say the driver didn't even stop. we spoke to a neighbor and his grandmother. >> really nice kid. i don't know how else to say very nice kid. very polite. i can't believe he's gone. >> i'm really upset. >> reporter: his grandmother tells me in spanish, she loved him very much and he was her only grandson. she says he lived with her and his parents just a few blocks away from here and he was walking home from a funeral when he was hit. she is begging the driver to turn themselves in. and the nypd collision squad is now investigating. they are looking for a black toyota camry traveling westbound down northern boulevard around 11:00 p.m. they are asking anyone with information to contact police immediately. live in queens, diane macedo, cbs 2 news. >> thank you. more breaking news now.
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identified in connection with last month's deadly terror attack in the nightclub. this means all the attackers were french or belgian. all three were killed. two by detonating suicide vests and one who was shot by police. and now a developing story in suffolk county. the former top cop expected to face a judge today. >> exchief burk will reportedly be arraigned on federal civil rights charges. >> reporter: the fbi has been investigating this case for some time now. burk is accused of assaulting a man who admitted he broke into the police-issued suv back in 2012. and burk is allegedly accused of trying to cover up what he did. this stems back to the incident in 2012 when the man named christopher lobe was arrested for breaking into burk's suv and taking his police duffel bag. that bag contained burk's police belt and ammunition and
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insisted that the bag also the two are due in court late
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happening today, closing arguments continue in the corruption case. he is accused of accepting hundreds of thousands of dollars from developers in exchange for political favors. a court appearance for a long island cardiologist charged in a murder-for-hire plot. the doctor is accused of trying to hire a hit man to kill a competing doctor because of a professional dispute. he is facing drug and weapons charges also. he was free on $2 million bond and faces up to 25 years in prison if convicted. the nassau county executive will discuss counter-terrorism efforts today. they'll ask the public to report social media posts related to terror threats, recruitment efforts and suspicious behavior.
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morning, more backlash against donald trump's call to ban muslims from entering the united states. and one of the hottest toys this holiday season is already sold out just hours after it was made available. >> hate it when that happens. let's get ready for the day today. some clouds out there this morning. and chilly north and west. and skies will brighten for most really later today. and the 50s are back after school.
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time for traffic and weather on the 2s. some weather watchers saying where is the snow and others say, don't worry, it's coming. such a reaction to this kind of weather. some really enjoying it. however, matthew has 37. it's a little chilly out there. we have some cooler readings up north. i think this is chris, and she has 30. and buddy is missing a real snowman so he is kissing a fake snowman. and this guy sends in a great shot yesterday, mike bush, i love that. mike is a terrific photographer.
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have such a keen eye for capturing the weather. charlie, changing lenses for us now and then. like that. it's a nice community. in and around our community, 42 and winds are calm. relative humidity at 76%. and the cool readings to the north. and on the island. and through the hamptons, 27. 32 in wayne. and 32 for the jersey shore. in the city, coming into work, well, you have 41 for the commute. and 49 around lunchtime. and 52 the high. sneak out the middle part of the day. the boss won't care. 49 after work and school. and 48 around 9:00. 48 at 9:00 tonight, that's warmer than you would expect it to be in the afternoon. sun's up 7:08. more clouds and then more sun by sunset time at 4:28. you know, it's still, still fall. winter 12 days away. but it does feel like spring
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cool today, upper 40s, low 50s. still above normal. and tomorrow, chance of a shower overnight tonight into the fist part of your day tomorrow. and a little trough pushes through and then a warm front. and that ushers in the chance for rain which we desperately need, running a deficit in excess of 10 inches. and an april feel on friday. absolutely. that will continue into the weekend. shooting for 60 friday. 60 on saturday. and 63, close to a record on sunday. and then a front will bring in a better chance for the needed rain monday into tuesday. so enjoy it. snow lover, i'm sorry, the rest of you can send your cards and letters directly to me. let's send a get well card to alex, how you feeling? >> yeah, i need more tissues. if you are traveling this morning, we have a couple delays on the roadways. jim smith is in chopper 2 above the scene of one with the details. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, alex.
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tunnel, there was a problem earlier, an over-height truck. that was cleared from the area. it did cause a delay at the tunnel itself. right now, about 15 minute, maybe 20 in the next minutes. from there, a good ride through the tunnel itself. live in chopper 2, jim smith, cbs 2 news. >> thank you for the update. and alternate side of the street parking rules are in effect city-wide. and remember, be safe, don't text and drive. chris and mary, back to you. >> thank you. nassau county lawmakers are seeking a big pay rise though it's not sitting well with some residents. they voted to nearly double their salaries up to $75,000. it would be their first pay hike in 20 years. some say it's impossible to bring in the best and brightest given the current wages. >> everyone is upset when they hear someone is getting a pay increase but if they reflect on two decades of no increase, i believe they'll realize it's a fair thing. >> there's a lot of people that deserve a pay raise so to
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>> the pay hike would be effective starting in 2018. happening today, a rally in response to donald trump. elected officials and members of the clergy say they'll gather they are morning to condemn comments by republican presidential candidate donald trump. on monday, trump called for a ban on muslims from entering the united states. in an interview on abc, he did not back down the. >> are you a bigot? >> not at all. probably the least of anybody you've ever met. >> because? >> because i'm not. i'm a person that has common sense. i'm a smart person. i know how to run things. i know how to make america great again. >> republican leaders had strong reaction to trump's comments. >> what was proposed yesterday is not what this party stands for. >> and you know how to make america great again? tell donald trump to go to hell. >> but some republicans are concerned that too much criticism of trump in the party could push him to launch a
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more people are turning to laser light decorations this holiday season but they could have an unexpected effect miles away. they could become a holiday display danger. >> reporter: block after block in howard beach, some homes go from drab to dazzle with just the flip of a switch, a front yard laser light show. >> that's a new addition. >> reporter: installing the light cans be tricky you angle them to confine them to one property. and they hit houses next door, cars and unintended targets straight up overhead. last week, an american airlines pilot approaching dallas fort worth international airport reported a blinding flash that was traced book a front yard display. display. >> my regular vision was severely distorted for at least a minute and a half. >> reporter: we contacted the faa about complaints for new
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but the government warns consumers who buy the new light displays should take precautions to make sure they are hitting the houses and not shining off into the sky. >> the old fashioned stuff is better. >> reporter: but the laser lights that typically sell for anywhere from 40 to $100 are legal. the faa can only hand out warnings for first-time offender bus if a homeowner is told to shut off or reaim a device, they better see the light or risk getting arrested. news. >> apologize there. coughing attack over there. >> are you okay? >> i thought i was going to pass out. up next, the weekend's highly anticipated music video. >> i'm going to get youing for. and in the next half hour, new policy 9 a new jersey school, random breathalyzer tests. why school officials say the policy is needed. and heavy selling of energy companies led to a decline for stocks on tuesday. the dow jones industrial average fell by 162 points.
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every coconut has a dream. to come out of its shell. to show all the world its true, inner beauty. and then, in an ironic twist, get covered up by chocolate and almonds. almond joy mounds. what every coconut wants. welcome back to cbs 2 news this morning, 42 degrees.
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john. he says we're going to see really warm temperatures in the next couple days. so a shopping mall is evacuated when you see this happen. a motorized riding board bursting into flames. it happened yesterday in washington state. no one was hurt. and there are reports of the boards catching fire in other states including florida and louisiana. some fires are being blamed on batteries that may overheat in f they are charged too long. >> -- overheat if they are charged too long. >> i guess it's safe to say they are not the safest thing -- >> they're the hottest toy. >> in more ways than one. >> you either fall off and break your wrist or they burn before your feet. >> but they look cool. great for outdoor activities. in the city right now, 42 with clouds overhead. winds are calm. the it will be a mix of sun and clouds today. out the door, snuggled up, in
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you. but get ready, i mean, hudson valley, north new jersey, you are below freezing and readings around the 20s for the twin forks. and cool and quiet, upper 40s and low 50s. we continue to warm thursday into friday. and this is what mary is talking about sunday, we are close to record territory with a high of 63 in the city. and it's december. >> crazy. >> who would have thought? >> nuts. the commute this morning. >> so questions on facebook and twitter, people asking about the 1st avenue closure, wondering if it's causing problems near the ed koch queens borough bridge. jim smith is above the scene. >> reporter: that's right. 1st avenue still shut down in the lower 20s. we're not seeing anything
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will add to the exiting delays. cbs 2 news. >> thank you. alternate side of the street parking rules are in effect city-wide. and remember remember, be safe, don't text and drive -- alternate side of the street parking rules are in effect city-wide. and remember, be safe, don't text and drive. >> you see the back-ups and we're lucky that we commute at 2:00 a.m. >> holy cow. >> come in early with us. >> exactly. roads are clear. the yankees trade for a cub's infielder while the mets see the off-season target go to the cubs. good morning everyone. tonight the rangers will be in vancouver while the knicks will face the jazz in salt lake city. the nets hosting the rockets last night. lift 46 offer in the 1st half. up to young who throws it down. young with the double-double. the nets with an 11-point half- time lead. and it would go from 18 down to four but lopez serves up the facial. nets win it. islanders down the pike in philly and in a shootout.
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he stopped all three flier shots. they win 4-3. jersey boys on the road in toronto. this one also went to a shootout. i'm otis livingston. that's your cbs 2 wfan sports update. a new toy sells out in hours. >> just like that. but first, a new music video getting a lot of attention. let's turn it over to alex denis for the 2 talkers. >> the weekend likely having one of the best weeks ever. on monday, nominated for seven grammy's and last night, his performance of the victoria's secret fashion show. and now this -- >> the 25-year-old finally released his music video for "in the night." the more than six-minute long video was shot in brooklyn and it's packed with doctor the ma including reptile, rain, thunder, cars, it's in there.
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girlfriend. >> wow. >> fast and furious as they were ripping across the bridge. >> guns and reptiles, i mean -- >> you name it, check, check, check. it only took a couple hours for the newest barbie doll to sell out. the special edition doll based on the director went on sell at 1:00 p.m. monday and was unavailable by 4:00. it's one of six barbies they'll produce as part of a collection based on the power of women luncheon. she responded to the frenzy by tweeting #bananas, #nuts. >> looking good. >> lower manhattan it. >> that was my director voice. >> like buttah. thank you, alex. coming up, testing teenagers for alcohol at school. >> i think a breathalyzer would be great. >> the controversial policy that could soon go into effect
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42 degrees on this wednesday, december 9th. nice warm-up on the way. traffic and weather on the 2s in a moment. developing on long island. the former police chief on the other side of the law today. the shocking allegations of assault and cover-up. but first, breaking news in queen, a cruel twist of fate. a teenager hit and killed by a car on his way home from a funeral. good morning once again. i'm chris wragge. >> and i'm mary calvi. we begin in jackson heights. diane macedo is live at the scene of the deadly crash. >> reporter: chris and mary, police are now searching for a black toyota camry they say hit and killed a 17-year-old here on northern boulevard. they say the car was traveling westbound on northern boulevard when he tried to cross at the intersection of northern boulevard and junction boulevard just before 11:00 p.m.
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victim, police say the car continued in the same direction. i spoke to the neighbor and his grandmother who say the family is devastated. >> really nice kid. i don't know how else to the say really nice kid. very polite. and i can't believe that he's gone. >> [ speaking spanish ] >> reporter: his grandmother tells me in spanish, she loved him very much and he was her only grandson. she was very emotional as we spoke to her. she says he lived with her and his parents just a few blocks away from here and was walking home if a funeral when he was hit by a car. she is begging the driver the to turn him or herself in and explain how this happened. the nypd collision squad is investigating and trying to find the driver. again, they are looking for a black toyota camry that was driving westbound on northern boulevard here in queens around 11:00 last night. and they're asking anyone with information to contact police immediately.
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diane macedo, cbs 2 news. >> thank you. we will check back in. time for traffic and weather on the 2s. john, take it away. >> it's a very quiet morning and it's going to be a quiet day before we see the spring- like pattern really take off into the weekend. hey, as you get ready to take off, don't forget, 42 in the city somewhat misleading. north and west, as low as 27 degrees. mix of sun and and clouds today. a little bit of gray to start the day. and we mix it away. we will see a chance of a shower overnight tonight into the first part of your thursday. and not a lot of coverage with that event. and that's at least in the 52 your high. afternoon. around lunchtime. and 6:32 still. let's see what's going on on alex. >> thank you. we have one lane in yonkers that remains blocked on the northbound side of the saw mill with a police investigation underway just before the cross county. stick with the major deegan, it
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and route 27 is closed in both directions at henderson road. this is due to an accident with a downed pole and wires. route 1 is the alternate there. and the lincoln the tunnel, still a 40 minute delay due to an earlier overheight vehicle that caused issues. 15 minute wait at the holland or 10 minutes at the george washington bridge. and in queen, the belt parkway heavy westbound from the southern state to cross bay boulevard. regular rush delays there. and alternate side of the street parking rules are in effect city-wide. and remember, be safe, don't text and drive. and if you are traveling to the airports, so far everything is on or close to schedule at jfk, laguardia and newark liberty. the former top cop in suffolk county expected to face a judge today. >> james burk will reportedly be arraigned on federal civil rights charges. janelle burrell has more. >> reporter: yeah, those indictments could be unsealed
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burk is accused of assaulting a man and then allegedly trying to cover up the crime. that incident dating back to 2012 when that man was arrested for breaking into burk's police suv, taking his police duffel bag. now the bag contained his police belt as well as ammunition. the man arrested though has insisted that the bag also contained pornography and other disturbing items which allegedly was the motive for burk ganging up with other officers and beating the the man following the arrest. now the former police chief has previously denied the allegations but in october of this year, he abruptly stepped down from the position. the fbi has been investigating the case for some time. again, we are expecting to see 2 former police chief here in federal court later today. reporting live from long island, janelle burrell, cbs 2 news. >> thank you.
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terrorist who attacked the bataclan knight club last month has been identified as a french citizen. he traveled to syria two years ago. it means all of the attackers were french or belgian. two were killed bay suicide vest and one was shot by police. elected officials and members of the clergy will hold a rally today condemning donald trump's plan to ban muslims from the united states. >> reporter: adding to the fuel to the fire storm, donald trump blasted off this tweet overnight, wow, what a day, he wrote. so many foolish people that refuse to acknowledge the tremendous danger and uncertainty of certain people coming into the u.s. >> are you a bigot? >> not at all. >> reporter: hours earlier, the republican presidential front runner defended his stance to abc's barbara walters. >> there are people that have tremendously bad intentions. we have to be tough. we have to be smart.
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>> reporter: while his gop rivals have usedded words like unhinged, offense i, devicive and ridiculous to describe trump proposal, the mayor of one of the largest cities in america offered up tougher words. >> he has taken a page from the play book of hitler. >> reporter: across the country, many american-muslims admitted the proposed ban brought up frightening americans of the interment of japanese-americans during world war ii. >> we do not want a general asian of what has happened in the past, the evils that have happened in the past in the country to reoccur. >> reporter: still some of trump's strongest supporters do not see it that way. >> we do need to look at the country where is the people are coming from. >> reporter: a new poll taken before trump made the proposal found 68% of his supporters would vote for him as he ran as an independent. don champion, cbs news, new
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>> now trump has clarified this he would allow muslim leaders to visit the country. the house voted to restrict a program that allows people from 38 countries to enter without a visa. those coming for up to 90 days would have to obtain visas if they have visited iraq or syria in the past five years. a different version of the bill is being considered in the senate. a queens man says he was viciously attacked and targeted because of his muslim faith. he says a well dressed man walked into the store saturday afternoon and started acting strangely. and then he got violent. >> he just punched me, you know, then falling down here. so then i scream, what the hell are you doing? what's wrong with you? and again, he wanted to punch. he said, i'm going to kill muslims.
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old and charged him with assault. they don't know why he targeted this specific deli. a northbound lane of the saw mill parkway closed after a police pursuit turned deadly. it started when two men in a silver nissan took off during a traffic stop in bronx. it led price up the henry hudson parkway and on to the saw mill parkway. one man is in police custody and the other was shot dead after fleeing. the nypd released this video of a man they want to question. police say he is seen walk on 69 road following a fire early sunday morning. seven homes that are under construction have burned since early november. a new policy at a new jersey high school. how students will soon have to prove they are not drunk. and thieves take more than $170,000 worth of goods from gwyneth paltrow's pop-up store in manhattan.
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waiting for the surgery has been horrific. >> it's a disease that's only supposed to affect adults and an 8-year-old girl will receive
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breast cancer. seems appropriate this time of day. hope you're just waking up with us. it's 42 degrees. we are at the start of a nice stretch here. the weather is going to be absolutely superb temperature- wise. so enjoy your wednesday. a giant sinkhole in oregon,
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rains now hitting the pacific northwest. the rains have been falling for three days across the region and that's caused rivers and streams to overflow. amtrak service has been canceled between portland and can view. passengers are being transported by bus instead. >> and we have seen sinkholes, but that one -- >> yeah, the upper air patterns. the jet stream brings them wet weather and shieldses from the cold weather. >> yeah, and we're dealing with the beautiful -- and shields us from the cold weather. >> yeah, and we're dealing with the beautiful conditions. >> and then the rain into california which they need but scenes like that. it will be mud slides. so tell you, there's a lot of variation around the country and we are reaping the benefit of it for the most part. but this is not good news for people in the snow removal business or the snow recreation business or for 8-year-olds. they want to make a snowman. all the kids on my street, where's the snow? where's the snow? even my dog loves snow.
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snow? the fact that i have a talking dog is something. in the city, we have clouds. it's fun to say on tv. we have clouds in the city. a little buddy. i love my little buddy. cloudy and 42. buddy weighs six pounds. and she keeps say, does this leash make me look big? relative humidity at 76%. and cooler, did you see that? like 38 and just flew away like that. and? staten island, it's like 40 and just flew away like that. 31 in babylon. 32, guy from sparta wants the snow. 30 in monticello. the temperatures cooler than this time yesterday by up to 12 to 18 degrees for the island. and you will see more clouds midday. 52 in the city. well above the normal of 45. and we have a mix of sun and clouds right now. but it's relatively quiet. there's a warm front tomorrow morning so a little bit of
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thursday but it's a warm front. so you're up to 57. 60 to wrap up the week and close to some records on sunday. all right, she's close to tear, poor thing, what's going on? >> thanks. just because i'm stuffy. if you're traveling in yonkers, a lane that remains blocked on the northbound side of the saw mill with the police investigation. it's just before the cross county but stick with the major deegan, it's going to be a smoother riding for. and route 27 closed in both directions at henderson road due to an accident with a downed pole and wires. route 1 will be the better option here. and in brooklyn, the bqe heavy northbound from the belt merge up to the brooklyn bridge. and it will add an extra 15 minutes to the commute. and a live look at the lincoln, there's still a 45 minute delay through the toll plaza. the holland and george washington bridge are better, both at a 20 minute wait. and mass transit on or close to schedule.
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street parking rules are in effect city-wide. and remember, be safe, don't text and drive. should one test in school include a breathalyzer and. >> that's what one new jersey school is looking into. >> reporter: the high school students will soon have to prove they are not under the influence of alcohol if they want to attend school dances and sporting events. >> we've had incidents where students have arrived intoxicated. >> reporter: the most recent incident happened last week at a play-off football game. on monday night, the board of education voted to update a policy that authorizes the use of breathalyzers. under the old version, every student would be breath tested. the update changes to it random testing. >> and we would pick them out of the line and give the breathalyzer and if it came back positive, we would contact the parent send the student for professional testing at the clinic or emergency room. >> reporter: it has been on the
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in fact, the district still doesn't own any machines. parents say it's time to get them. >> i would hope that these kids would use some common sense and not be drinking but they do. so when they do, they should get caught. >> the staff and the administration thinks there's something going on, i think a breathalyzer would be great. >> reporter: students we spoke to had mixed opinions about the newly revised policy. >> i do think it's a little outrageous. i could see people being offended by it. >> there aren't as many kids who drink but i think it will definitely stop anyone from thinking about it. >> it makes it a big legal matter and it's kind of a bigger deal. >> it's not a bad idea but i would just test people who look like they're stumbleing and can't walk. >> reporter: a letter is going out to parents this week explaining how breath testing will work. in new jersey, cbs 2 news.
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test and the happened tour follow-up will be -- and the mandatory follow-up will be suspended. a nypd lieutenant and detective are suspended, charged with taking bribes from the owners of a karaoke club. they are accused of proteching customers from being arrested for using drugs at the club. they are due in court this month. also new this morning, police are searching for the three men who stole more than $170,000 worth of jewelry from gwyneth paltrow's pop-up shop in midtown. investigators say the man in these photos used a object to pry a cabinet owner on saturday afternoon. they say he removed three watches and two bracelets before taking off with two other men. it is 6:47. still ahead, ever see something so cute you just want to squeeze it? there's a scientific reason for this common reaction.
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and we check in with an 8- year-old girl who had a mastectomymy the to treat a rare form of cancer. but first, otis livingston has this morning's sports update. >> good morning. the nets beat the rockets. the islanders beat the fliers in a shootout but the devils lost in toronto. tonight, the rangers will be in vancouver while the knicks will face a jazz in salt lake city. layover. 24 hours. hello, reykjavik. oh, so that's how you spell it. what are you looking at? oh, cool. hungry. fish, anyone? hello, seventh waterfall of the day. hello, duck boat. hello, sheep? oh right! itchy icelandic sweaters and no foreign transaction fees. sweet. one last look. ahh. triple points. and we're off. what's next?
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a young girl in you the super tuesday recovering after undergoing a mastectomymy. she is only 8 years old. she had to have the surgery after being diagnosed with an extremely rare form of breast cancer last month. the greatest concern was whether or not the cancer had spread. >> they did a biopsy of lymph nodes and they checked them and they'll send them for pathology but it came back showing no the cancer has traveled. >> both of her parents have also been treated for different rare cancers themselves. she is expected to be in the hospital for a few more days until she is considered strong enough to return home. ever get so overwhelmed by the sight of a cute puppy or baby that you get unexpectedly aggressive.
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call cute aggressive. researchers at yale university say some type of expresses can produce expressions reserved for negative emotions. more than 100 people held bubble wrap while watching a slide show. when extremely cute babies and animals popped up on the screen, they began popping the bubble wrap more aggressively. >> that kid was so cute and he was kissing the puppy and the puppy's belly. when i look at chloe, you just want to -- clouds to the east and more sun north and west. and we could see drizzle long island, 42. upper 40s, low 50s, milder there. it's going to be -- this will make you want to hug me, 60 on friday? you got to be kidding me. that's the normal high for tax day.
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>> remind me not to hand my newborn baby off to you. this morning in yonkers, we have a slow ride. a lane remained blocked on the northbound side with a police investigation. just before the cross county. stick with the major deegan, it will be a smoother ride. and route 27 closed in both directions at henderson road due to an accident. route 1 is the better option. and a live look to the lincoln tunnel, there's a 45 minute delay around the helix portion to toll plaza. holiday display land and george washington a tad better at 20 minutes. alternate side of the street parking rules are in effect city-wide. and remember, be safe, don't text and drive. chris and mary, back to you. >> thank you. if you don't like tying up your dog while you ruin into the store, you may have an alternative. >> but not everyone thinks it's a good idea. it's a curb-side kennel, it's been tested in brooklyn. you pay $25 for a membership
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>> this membership card unlocks the dog parker. open the door. come on. you little ham. goes in. and then the dog parker closes. >> i worry that some people might abuse and it leave their dog in there for a couple hours while they go to happy hour. >> the founder of dog parker hopes to have them throughout new york city and then in cities across the country. >> and those people that leave the dog in there to go to happy hour should not be dog owners. >> exactly. and let's check in with "cbs this morning." gayle king and charlie rose with a preview. >> we will talk about how donald trump's comments are impacting the presidential race and the republican party. plus, a republican strategist is here with the results of a focus group on the remarks. >> and we head to scotland to find the out how the newest source of renewable energy could come from waves. >> and new technology that says you can see through wall, no superman required. a superpower. news is back in the morning.
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police are searching for a black toyota camry they say hit and killed a 17-year-old teenager last night. police say the car kept going after the collision. the former police chief of suffolk county in court today. james buce will reportedly be arraigned on federal civil rights charges. he is accused of assaulting a suspect who broke into his car in december 2012 and obstructing the the investigation. the stormer new york state senate leader and his son adam face eight counts.
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prison if convicted. alex denis now for a final look at traffic. >> thank you. in yonkers, we have a lane that remains blocked on the northbound side of the saw mill. police are onscene investigating an earlier accident just before the cross county. a live look at the lincoln tunnel, a 45 minute delay getting to the tolls. george washington bridge and holland, just a tad better but a 20 minute delay there. and alternate side of the street parking rules are in effect city-wide. and remember, be safe, don't text and drive. >> thank you. clouds, maybe light rain east and more sun north and west. we are back in the 50s today, a2. 47 thursday, a morning shower possible. friday and saturday, both days close to 60. and close to a record with 63 for your sunday. and yes, do not adjust the set, it's december. >> thanks. another check of news and weather in 25 minutes. >> thanks for watching. i'm mary calvi. >> and i'm chris wragge.
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